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? it's tuesday, october 11th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." political nastines campaign trail, and he's not holding back his feelings about the media and hillary clinton. >> i'm telling you, they are so dishonest. without the media, without the media, hillary clinton couldn't be elected dog catcher. >> while clinton tells voters in ohio that she welcomes trump's questioning what about she's been doing for the past 30
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that i was in the situation room watching the raid that brought osama bin laden to justice, he was hosting "celebrity apprentice." >> both are trying to lock in undecided voters in battleground states in the race for the white house. ton off your galaxy note 7 now. that's what samsung is advising people to do after more reports people to do after more reports of phones catching fire. captioning funded by cbs good morning from the cbs 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in morning. good to be with you. i'm meg oliver in for anne-marie green. we begin with politics and bitter threats and scorching insults and that's just within the republican party. speaker paul ryan's decision not to defend donald trump set off a firestorm of backlash.
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threatening to quit the campaign. a new poll of likely voters taken before sunday's debate but after the release of the damaging videotape of trump shows clinton in an 11-point lead. that lead grew to 14 present in a head to head matchup. hena daniels is here with more. good morning. >> good morning, meg. trump is battling in the polls and battling back with leaders. he fired back spend more time on balancing the budgets, jobs, illegal immigration and not waste his time fighting the republican nominee. >> reporter: donald trump spent the day in the crucial state of pennsylvania warning supporters of a potentially rigged election. >> we have to make sure that this election is not stolen from us. >> reporter: and threatening new attacks against bill and hillary clinton. >> if they want to release more saying inappropriate things we'll continue to talk about
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inappropriate things. >> he can do anything. >> reporter: support for the republican nominee hit a new low yesterday in the wake of the "access hollywood" tape. rnc chair reince priebus is standing by him. >> the rnc is in full coordination with the trump campaign. >> reporter: fresh off sunday's fiery debate, clinton held her largest rally yet in ohio. making the case to millennials not to vote for trump. insulter if there ever was one. that is not what will we are in america. >> reporter: the democratic nominee also faced more setbacks yesterday. wikileaks released more e-mails illegally obtained from clinton campaign chair john podesta's e-mail account. the new batch reportedly shows top clinton advisers discovering
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variety of topics including her e-mail scandal. the campaign today will focus in florida. former presidential candidate al gore will travel with hillary clinton for the first time today in miami. >> hena daniels in new york, thank you. after trump's crude comments about women became public, his running mate, indiana governor mike pence said the remarks were indefensible. but campaigning in carolina yesterday, pence defended trump calling him a fighter and a winner. >> as i said last weekend, i don't condone what was said and i spoke out against it. but the other part of my faith is i believe in grace. i've received it. i believe in it. >> and said trump was guilty of little more than a poor choice of words. in the 2005 videotape donald trump refers to a married woman who refused to sleep with him.
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nancy o'dell. o'dell addressed the issue on last night's broadcast. >> my name was mentioned and unfortunately my name was thrown me in part of a political arena of which i did not want to be apart. there is no room for objectification of women anywhere. not even in the locker room. >> o'dell said all women deserve gender. several athletes say the locker room talk donald trump is not part of their locker room. a federal judge has extended florida's voter registration by one day. the new deadline is 5:00 p.m. wednesday. the democratic party requested the extension following hurricane matthew. governor rick scott hl rejected
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if voters are barred from registering to voter they're stripped of their freedoms. develop of them in hard-hit north carolina. most of the victims were swept away on flooded roads. 31 counties are declared disaster areas. governor pat mccrory toured some >> i met with an 80-year-old woman who lost everything. and she's sitting in a school cav tearial at this point crying wondering what her life is going to be all about. >> widespread flooding remains an issue. hundreds of homes remain without electricity. in haiti, hundreds struggle
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vladimir duthiers reports. >> reporter: days after matthew made landfall in haiti, hundreds of dead and tens of thousands are homeless. he showed us what was left of his home. >> every time the wind would blow, you took all the children and you got on your knees and you would cover them. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> reporter: he described the horror of living through the storm. you went -- >> yeah. >> reporter: the first half -- i called them, come in here, come in here. then they come. >> reporter: and then your roof? >> then my roof. >> reporter: wow. more than 1,000 people are staying in this shelter, a school of structures that survived the hurricane. they tell us they've seen little in terms of nothing with help from their government. they don't have anything to eat.
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dozens of people surrounded me and they asked me to write their names in my reporter's notebook as a way of saying, look, we're here, we survived. don't forget about about us. samsung is stopping the sale of all of its galaxy 7 notebook phones. it comes after a fire in the phones replaced models. >> reporter: last tuesday, clearing woke up to the smell of smoke. >> looked over and my phone's on fire. >> reporter: he traded in his first galaxy note 7 a week earlier. >> phone is supposed to be the replacement. you thought it was safe. it wasn't plugged in, it was just sitting there. >> reporter: last month, samsung recalled 2.5 million phones to replace the new battery. however, it hasn't prevented all
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something from a battery from a battery supplier. but these replacement phones have an issue with other batteries. obviously the issue is somewhere else. it may be the design of the phone or a combination. >> reporter: new action by samsung in a statement to cbs news, the company says samsung will ask all carriers and retail partners globally to stop sales and exchanges of the galaxy note 7 while the investigation is >> this is with the curved edges and the biggest iphone. it's definitely meant to be sort of the big holiday push phone. and definitely not going to be that. definitely not going to show up in all of the stockings for christmas. coming up on the "morning news," he once called it the eighth wonder of the world, but donald trump's taj mahal is no more. leaving thousands of atlantic
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quietly arriving. where people are praying. a hollywood star was live industrialing on facebook yesterday, shortly before her arrest at a protest in north dakota. actress shailen among those arrested. demonstrators opposed a pipeline that would take crude from north dakota to illinois. the army corps of engineers have not yet approved construction on the land. facebook and a rare shark attack. the orlando sentinel reports that a 4-year-old was found safe in tennessee three days after
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a man named west wild hog is accused of kidnapping rebecca liew lewis. he lived with her family until a couple years ago. researchers studied the 11-year period ending in 2013. they found 220 deaths in texas and 440 in california. both states have laws requiring such oregon statesman journal reports that a portland man was attacked by a shark. he was bitten in the lower leg monday. the fellow surfer said he never lost consciousness. the last shark attack at that beach was 28 years ago. "the new york times" reports that sodamakers give millions to health groups while lobbying against laws that would tax soda sales.
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leading health groups in recent years. the report said that several groups that took beverage industry money with help support plans that would tax sugary sodas. and "the wall street journal" report on the new facebook tool that lets workers chat and collaborate with one another. the company launched workplace by facebook yesterday, touting it as an alternative to e-mail. facebook plans to charge $1 to $3 monthly feature. coming up out breakout star from the presidential debate becomes an unwitting fashion icon. click it in to enjoy clean freshness with every flush. lysol. start healthing. ? yeah, click ? man: i accept i'm not the deep sea fisherman i was. i accept i'm not out on the ocean wrestling marlin. i even accept i have a higher risk of stroke due to afib,
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s right for you. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ? ken bone became an instant international star during sunday night's presidential debate. and many among his legion of new fans decided they needed a sweater like his. the red izod is now sold out. on the "cbs moneywatch," a trump casino closes its doors
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startup. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and much more. >> good morning, meg. u.s. crude oil is at the highest price in a year and the dow gained 88 points, the s&p rose nearly 10. the nasdaq finished 36 points higher. and theranos and its investors, partners invested nearly $100 million in the company so that they could accurately perform dozens of tests with just a few drops of blood. theranos says the suit is about merit. two recalls hitting people with a sweet tooth this morning. turkey hill said it mislabeled its dutch chocolate premium ice cream and the package may actually contain rocky road.
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meanwhile, suppliers recalling the cookie dough sold to blue bell creameries over listeria concerns. and the taj mahal closed its doors for good yesterday. the strike lasted over 100 days. trump said there was no reason to shut the casino that a deal could have been worked out. the shutdown leaves about 3,000 employees out of work. the taj mahal atlantic city casino to shut since 2015. meg. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. we're matching today. still ahead, a big night in baseball, fenway bids farewell to an emotional big pop-up. and alliance keeping the
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the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, it drains money from the existing public schools. according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts pta and school committees all across the state.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. cleveland wins, and the indians are headed to the american league championship series! they have swept the -- >> cleveland rocks. the indians finished a three-game sweep of theto they'll take on the toronto blue jays in the nlds. despite the loss, the faithfuls stuck around to celebrate a legend of their own. beloved slugger david or the tease got the curtain call after the final mlb game. speaking from the clubhouse, he talked about the emotion and his moment on mound.
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man emotions the best i can but i couldn't hold it no more. >> ortiz walks away after three world series championships. ten all-star games and six silver all-star slugger awards. the chicago cubs are looking to break out their brooms but they got a walkoff. 13th inning, heroic by poseny who drove in the winning run. lakers fans now have the opportunity to come face-to-face with kobe bryant, 65. on the auction block, bryant's face mask, the black mamba wore it in several games in 2004 after suffering a broken nose after the all-star game. auctioneneers hope that won't
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since 1980, democrats have won only once. black voters gave the narrowiest of voting bloc that divides race. >> reporter: north carolina has deep southern roots from its culture to its painful past. >> racism is still here. you know, i can feel them breathing down my neck. >> reporter: black voters here tell us race relations have worsened in recent years. the police shooting of a black man in charlotte last month led
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christopher hines thinks hillary clinton is the only presidential candidate who can help bring reform. >> i think clinton would be much better at making that change happen because she's for human beings. >> reporter: 23% of voters in north carolina are black. 96% of them voted for president obama four years ago. and he still lost the state by two points, both clinton and donald trump are courting black voters here. in speeches to largely white crowds trump argues that democrats have failed the black >> you're living in poverty. your schools are no good. you have no jobs. what the hell do you have to lose? >> reporter: many told us they find his comments offensive. >> he's indicating that people of color just look at this privileged white man and we'll take you somewhere. >> my question is what does america have to gain by electing
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>> i think that's his purpose to get people in america thinking differently about what's happened in the past. and make it better in the future. >> reporter: nancy laxton said some people are too sensitive to what she calls trump honesty. >> they're saying please. they're trying to make it trying to be president make the american people think that he is against this person, whether they're xi chinese, and that's not what he's saying. >> reporter: bishop james woodson disagrees. >> he has taken on, with a sense ever comfort, to be able to say that i think some folks have been wanting to say for the last eight years. >> reporter: and how does that make you feel when you hear these things? >> that it's not dead. >> reporter: what's not dead? >> racism. >> reporter: black voters tell
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in such a tight race, their vote will be critical. coming up on "cbs this morning," inside the party feud over donald trump. we'll talk to john hellman. plus, more children are hospitalized with infections after visiting a california dentist. and emmy award winner bryan cranston revealing his new memoir. that's
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chris sununu's family gave him a famous name and the top job at the family resort. but then things went, well, downhill. over the years, chris cut jobs. chris cut workers' hours to deny them health insurance. and now he opposes the minimum wage. chris has never had to work for anything. chris sununu has no business being governor. this advertisement has been paid for by put new hampshire first
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. right now a gun and crowbar used in an armed home invasion, one suspect caught, 2 others on the run. >> the investigation in a banged up trying to avoid a driver. >> and david ortiz leaving fenway park for the last time. good morning, everybody. >> a lot of us waking up as sad sox fans. >> i know, not a great way to

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